Apply Courses to Degree Program

Apply Courses to Degree Program

Students enrolled in the NYPD Leadership Program may apply their credits to a degree program.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Undergraduate students may apply the credits from the NYPD Leadership Program to a vast majority of bachelor degree programs at John Jay College.  After students are admitted to the Program, they will be invited to meet with an academic advisor to discuss their degree plans.                                                                                         

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Students with an Associates Degree may be eligible for the new Online Bachelor of Science in Security Management Degree program.  The online program is only available for new students enrolling for the Fall 2017 semester or thereafter.

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Graduate students admitted into a master's program, may apply up to 12 credits from the Leadership Program to a master's program.  Please note, not all graduate programs award credits from the NYPD Leadership Program.  Students may consult with the graduate program director or advisor to discuss the transition of credits to a degree program.  
 

The following programs accept credits from the NYPD Leadership Program:

  • Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (Up to 12 credits)
  • Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (NYPD Executive Program for Captains and Above) (Up to 9 credits)
  • Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology (Up to 6 credits)
  • Master of Arts in Forensic Mental Health Counseling (Up to 6 credits)
  • Master of Arts in International Crime and Justice (Up to 3 credits)
  • Master of Public Administration (Pubic Policy and Administration) (Up to 12 credits)
  • Master of Public Administration (Inspection and Oversight) (Up to 12 credits)
  • Master of Science in Emergency Management (Up to 9 credits)
  • Master of Science in Protection Management (Up to 9 credits)
  • Master of Science in Security Management (Up to 9 credits)

 

Click on the full list of graduate courses below to learn more about the courses accepted by the different master's programs: 

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